The Low-Income Forum on Energy (LIFE) represents New York State’s first significant public policy dialogue on the impact that energy has on the economic self sufficiency of low-income New Yorkers. The forum’s first product, the LIFE Conference, was held on April 28 and 29, 1999 at the University at Albany. The conference attracted 175 participants from more than 80 organizations which represented state agencies, statewide advocates, the state legislature, community-based organizations, utilities, energy services companies, national and out-of-state interests.
1999 Conference Final Report [PDF]
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